Just because you like the shape of a pair of classic retro sunglasses doesn't mean you should be stuck with bulky shades that don't perform well on trail runs and rides. Take the Oakley Sliver Stealth Prizm Sunglasses for example. These streamlined shades offer a classic frame shape, but with enhanced side-to-side curvature and a snug fit, making them ideal for those looking to bring a little style to their kit, without compromising on performance. The curvature of the sliver not only keeps the shades wrapped snug around you, but it also increases your field of vision, and with a smaller profile that better suits those with small to medium faces. Oakley employs some of its top construction materials for crafting the Sliver, including O-Matter frames that hold up to rigors of mountain biking and running alike. A Prizm lens is utilized to enhance your depth perception, upping the contrast so you can better spot imperfections and drops on the trail ahead, even through shady stretches. The Sliver is available with a large array of lens tints, please see the sizing chart for information on lens options. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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